The MIRROR command saves data that can later be utilised to restore files using the UNDELETE and UNFORMAT commands. In the event that the original information becomes unreadable, MIRROR makes a copy or MIRROR of it.
Extrude. This AutoCAD 3D Extrude function allows the user to extrude a 2D face along a line or route to produce a 3D object. As an example, Sel can be used to make a cylinder.
To use the Mirror command, go to the "Home" tab, then "Modify panel" and "Mirror." Alternatively, type "MIRROR" into the command search field and select "MIRROR Command" from the drop-down menu.
In AutoCAD, the MIrror command generates a reverse copy of an object. AutoCAD prompts you to select two points that establish a line around which the objects will be mirrored after you select some items. The source items can then be kept or deleted.
To create a mirror image of any object, you first need to select an object or shape by using the Polygonal Lasso Tool (L) or Magnetic Lasso Tool (J). After selecting your desired object, you need to press Ctrl+M or go into the "Image" menu and select "3D Mirror". You will then see that your selected object will be mirrored on both sides of your canvas.
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